Centennial College is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse higher education institutions in Canada. More than 25,000 full-time students attend Centennial College. More than ten thousand of these students are international students from all over the world. At school, in more than 160 programs,education is provided at the level of undergraduate, graduate, diploma, and certificate programs.
Centennial College Programs
Here are some of the popular undergraduate and graduate programs Centennial College offers.
- International Trade Management
- Electronics Engineering Technologies
- Art Design Advertising
- Business Foundations
- Advertising and Marketing Communications Management
- Fine Arts Studio
- Graphic Design
- Community and Justice Service
- Healthcare Environmental Services Management
- Public Relations Management
- Business Analytics and Insights
- Financial Planning
- International Business Management
- Marketing - Digital Engagement Strategy
- Film and Television - Business
- Construction Project Management
- Food Tourism
Admission and Application Conditions
For applications to Fast-Track or Graduate Certificate programs, the latest diploma and transcript are required, and for post-secondary programs, a high school diploma and high school transcript are required.
English requirements: IELTS 6.5 or as an alternative to English proficiency exams such as TOEFL, ITEP, CAEL, Pearson, and Duolingo, a 100% English education certificate can be presented.
A portfolio, letter of intent, CV, or online interview may be required based on the program.
Some departments accept applications with a high school diploma. It may be necessary to have a high school average of 2.0 and a 60% math-science education, although it varies from department to department.
The tuition fees for the programs range from $15,693 to $19,874 CAD on average.
Accommodation and Living Conditions
The school has its own student dormitory on campus. Students who are newly enrolled at the school are given priority in terms of dormitories. For students who do not prefer university dormitories, there are many private dormitories with single or shared rooms available throughout Toronto. If you do not want to live in a dormitory or with the host, you have the option of renting the residences outside the campus. This option provides students with a more independent lifestyle and is suitable for those who prefer to live somewhere on their own. But you should also consider that it may cost a little more. Accommodation and living expenses for a year in Canada are estimated to be between 18,000 and 20,000 CAD on average.